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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Beyonce Adore Yoruba Goddess With Dressing At The Grammy

 
In her first public performance since announcing she is pregnant with twins, Beyoncé donned a gold sequin gown and headpiece and a gold bikini. 
But far from simply making a fashion statement Queen Bey was actually paying homage to an indigenous religious icon, Oshun – a Yoruba deity from West Africa for whom twins and motherhood are particularly crucial.
 Oshun – called Osun in the Yoruba language – is the goddess of beauty, prosperity, love, order, fertility and motherhood and is one of the most venerated deities of the religion. 
Existing since the beginning of time, she is often seen donning vibrant golden and yellow dresses and ornaments and is often compared to the Virgin Mary of the Christian faith, according to a Harvard divinity professor. 
In Nigeria, Oshun plays a very important role in the civil society and mythology as she was indirectly responsible for the creation of the Yoruba world,' said Dr Jacob Olupona professor of African Religious Traditions and Chair of the Committee on African studies at the Harvard Divinity School.
'From day one, Oshun not only showed her prominent position but also her strength in terms of her spiritual force.'The similarities between Oshun and Beyoncé are hard to miss according to Dr Olupona and are crucial in establishing the importance of local tradition in the world.
.'She is speaking to the world, she is speaking to America,' said the Nigerian professor who is a part of the Yoruba people. 'Beyoncé is educating the masses on Oshun. 
She is seeing how indigenous spirituality can be a powerful tool for changing the world.' 
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